Sandvik presented Etteplan with a challenge: to optimize and redesign a Geneva drive rotator piece for metal additive manufacturing, also known as metal 3D printing, for a price that is competitive with traditional manufacturing.
Wärtsilä was willing to redesign their valve springs press tools by having a lighter structure made by additive manufacturing. The initial “standard design” was machined and welded, but there were fears that it would not withstand the spring forces of over 30 kN generated during use. Wärtsilä involved Etteplan to co-design and rethink the manually operated pressing tool for mounting cylinder head valves.
Fortum Hydro is a leading clean-energy company that provides its customers with electricity, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. Etteplan has been taking care of Fortum Hydro’s documentation management since 2014. The two companies are now looking into the possibilities of automating the documentation process using cognitive technologies.
Fara contacted Etteplan for help in the design and implementation of the validator. The terminal needed to incorporate several technologies. Moreover, the validator at the vehicle needs to be easy to use and tolerate severe conditions.
Etteplan has developed a data transfer platform that can be used to wirelessly transfer data from a device to a cloud service. The platform, called Banda, is based on Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) technology.
Advanced technology developed in Finland automatically adjusts, optimizes and balances ventilation in every apartment of a building. This makes for happy tenants, not to mention major savings in energy, maintenance and renovation costs. Climecon MyAir can also detect problems and respond to them in real time.
Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety. Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a global leading supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries.
SVT GmbH, a member of the GESCO Group, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of loading systems for liquid and gaseous products.
Etteplan and S-Business implemented a business card solution to serve the growing demands of S-Business’s corporate customers and the company’s future growth. The solution includes a system framework for card management and billing as well as related background and extranet services and continuous services.
Etteplan developed a mobile Judo application for Finnish start up company Ardo Oy. The application is designed for practicing Japanese martial art judo. Judo is the world’s most popular martial arts sport developed by Japanese Professor Jigoro Kano. Judo consists of several techniques both in standing and ground positions, including throws.
Sleipner Finland Ltd manufactures and markets innovative and safe transport systems for tracked equipment. The company’s customers operate in the mining, quarrying and earth-moving industry. Sleipner products bring users significant savings by boosting productivity and reducing maintenance and fuel costs, and they reduce carbon dioxide emissions by at least 85% during transport.
“With the help of good communication, a trustful relationship and skilled mobile app developers, Etteplan helped us deliver to our customer on time”, Petter Östlund, VP Products Payair.
Testing of an embedded digital system, a combination of electronics and software, has traditionally required some sort of embedded software specifically created for testing. A new testing technology makes these separate test versions redundant. This new solution is based on a combination of JTAG Functional Testing - JFT, and National Instruments ‘LabVIEW’.
With 63 production and engineering sites in 26 countries and 19 service centers across the world, Alstom is the global leader in the rail industry. A key issue for the service organization is having access to up-to-date information anytime, anywhere.
Sony Mobile is a perfect example of a company with high demands on efficient information management for their products. New phones and accessories are continuously introduced in a market where timing is critical. Products are released globally and adapted to different markets, vendors and operators several times a year.
Axis is a global market leader in network video. They are driving the industry by continually launching innovative network products based on an open platform – delivering high value to customers through a global partner network.
Bin - e is a Polish company that creates and manufactures smart waste bins, which utilize object recognition technology, artificial intelligence, and data processing. The company’s product, the Bin - e, segregates waste, and contributes in a meaningful way to reducing the CO2 footprint of waste disposal by optimizing waste transport. It has an integrated web app that informs the user and the waste management company about the waste level. It is an ideal solution for offices and public places.
A mobile application developed by Etteplan and the City of Tampere will be used as the publication platform for the Helsinki Market Square.
Mobile application for events in Tampere was delivered by Etteplan and was used for the first time in the IAAF World U20 Championships . The application provides the visitors with information about the schedule, arrival to the event and services for example. In addition, it’s possible to choose favourite competitions and the application will notify when they begin.
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